In today’s paper, I attempted to answer an impossible question — who might the Seahawks take with the No. 32 pick?
I say it’s almost impossible because there are so many variables — a deep draft, for one, in which the stock of players in that late-first, early-second period figures to change a lot between now and May 8 — and simply so much that could happen between now and what is the latest draft in the league’s history.
Times columnist Jerry Brewer, meanwhile, wrote that Seahawks fans are going to have to embrace change as it is one of the costs of doing business.
In a few other links. …
— A Times business story notes that Richard Sherman accepts bitcoin, even if Amazon.com doesn’t;
— Seahawks.com says the team’s roster will be even more difficult to crack in 2014;
— Tarvaris Jackson told his hometown paper he’d like to be back;
— Jordan Hill told his hometown paper he hopes to be healthy in 2014;
— ESPN.com counting down Seattle’s top offensive plays of 2013;
— USA Today on the rarity of Seattle’s defensive backs;
— A few Seahawks are fighting to save UberX in Seattle;
— Defensive end Greg Scruggs, who could be a factor on the defensive line this season, told CBS1090 he will be ready for the start of the season;
— A transcript of what Pete Carroll had to say in a radio interview today;
— And USA Today with more on Carroll’s USC appearance last night;
— NFL.com notes that Carroll ripped the NCAA’s handling of the USC investigation;
— Could playoff games be held on Monday nights in the future?;
— The Washington Post says there is support growing throughout the NFL to add two teams to the playoffs;
— Finally, the Seahawks won’t be playing in the Hall of Fame Game (if the Tweet pic doesn’t work, it’s the Giants and Bills):